Month: July 2016

Delegative Democracy

Part of the Politics series Voting systems Politics portal Delegative democracy, also known as liquid democracy, is a form of democratic control whereby an electorate vests voting power in delegates rather than in representatives. The term is a generic description of either already-existing or proposed popular-control apparatuses.[citation needed] The delegative form[edit] The prototypical delegative democracy has been summarized by Bryan Ford in his paper, Delegative Democracy, as containing the following principles[citation needed]: Choice of Role: Each member can choose to take either a passive role as an individual or an active role as a delegate, differentiating this from representative...

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$10 million stolen?!terrorist database leaked!! and more| Hacker news weekly

*This video is made for purely entertainment reasons if you find something i say offensive know that it is only a joke.* Website: http://www.gamesnetwork.tk Twiter:@OficalNetwork ( https://twitter.com/OficalNetwork ) Email(Business ONLY): iisnugget@gmail.com All of this was from https://www.cybary.it or the hackernews 1.Corrupt Federal Agent charged in SilkRoad Bitcoin theft accused of stealing another $700,000 2.This Android Hacking Group is making $500,000 per day-Dubed hammer 3.Global Terrorism Database Leaked Online! Reveals 2.2 Million Suspected Terrorists 4.C-Suite Execs Won’t Pay Ransom Attacks, Until They Get Hacked 5.SWIFT Hackers Steal $10 Million From Ukrainian Bank 6.Types of #DDoS Attacks: Best Practices and Techniques...

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Russia behind DNC’s cyber attack

Is Vladimir V. Putin trying to meddle in the American presidential election? US officials said the suspected Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee last month was part of Russian cyber attacks aimed at political organizations and academic think tanks in Washington. Until Friday, the Russians being behind the hack were only whispered but the release of some 20,000 stolen emails from DNC’s computer servers has intensified discussion of the role of Russian intelligence agencies in disrupting the 2016 campaign. That hack dominated the news space on the eve of the Democratic convention. The emails disclosed by WikiLeaks show...

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Power Log Splitting: Trying (and Sometimes Failing) to Build a Better Ax

Wood. Humans have burned it for to heat their homes for thousands of years. It’s truly a renewable source of energy. While it may not be the most efficient or green method to warm a space, it definitely gets the job done. Many homes still have a fireplace or wood burning stove for supplemental heat. For those in colder climates, wood is more than just supplemental, it’s needed simply for survival. Splitting maul by Chmee2 via Wikipedia The problem with firewood is that it doesn’t come ready to burn. Perfect fireplace sized chunks don’t grow on trees after all. The trees...

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